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Who Vs WHO: Who's Who and What's What... What?

The new series of Doctor Who returns on 19th September and then there’s Sherlock at Christmas…. ah, I miss Moffat

Clicky! A purple spider, thank you. 307 more words

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Road Accident Kills 38 In Swaziland

At least 38 young women have been killed, and a further 20 are seriously injured, following a road accident, on their way to an annual ceremony, in Swaziland. 257 more words


BBC Horizon "OCD: A Monster in my Mind" - a review article by CultNoise Magazine

I just wanted to draw your attention to this amazing article by Sami Clara over at Cult Noise Magazine. I’m currently in the South of France on holiday but as soon as I get back I’ll be watching the BBC Horizon’s programme “OCD: A Monster in my Mind”. 70 more words


A ‘dream come true’ for University of Bedfordshire students who visit UN offices

Public Health students from the University of Bedfordshire got the chance to take part in a study trip to the World Health Organisation (WHO) headquarters and United Nations (UN) offices in Geneva. 380 more words


Should pandemic risk management be left to governments alone?

In our first exclusive preview of Crawford®’s latest report, Scenario planning and adapting to emerging risks – A risk manager’s essential guide, we look at the question of whether corporates should take strategic planning steps to mitigate against pandemic risk… 280 more words


Nestle Food Manager explains why she was fired!

Yasmine Motarjemi, 60, who was Corporate Food Safety Manager at Nestle from 2000 to 2010, was asked to leave due to a “difference of opinion”. But she claims this was because she insisted the company audit its management practices and “correct their wrongdoings”. 1,182 more words

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M2 Internship Update: Imran Siddiq

1. How did you obtain your M2 thesis internship – was the process easy or difficult?

Internship can be considered as first step towards career in certain field of public health. 387 more words